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To be effective in the fight against HIV, it's important to keep our finger on the pulse of our prevention and care efforts and needs of our community, and to track our performance. The data and reports on this page provide information about HIV in Vermont, the status of our prevention and care programming, and performance indicators.  For more information about reports and data:

Vermont's Integrated State Plan for HIV Care and Prevention

The CDC and HRSA ask all states to file an integrated statewide plan regarding HIV care and prevention services to ensure priority populations are able to access the services they need. The State Plan includes the Statewide Coordinated Statement of Need, compiled based on surveillance data and direct needs assessment research.

Vermont's 2017 Integrated Epidemiologic Profile

The 2017 Vermont Epidemiologic Profile provides a comprehensive description of Vermont’s epidemiologic experience of HIV, structured according to three core questions:

  1. What are the sociodemographic characteristics of the general population of Vermont?

  2. What is the scope of HIV burden in Vermont?

  3. What are the indicators of risk for HIV infection in the population of Vermont?

Vermont's Performance Dashboard

Vermont utilizes a Performance Dashboard with selected performance indicators based on the care and prevention programming throughout the state.

Vermont's HIV Care & Prevention Needs Assessment

Vermont Department of Health last commissioned statewide Needs Assessment took place in 2014/2015.

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